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It may be difficult to believe that you would go into a doctor’s office or a hospital for treatment and be injured by the very people who are there to help you.  However, this does happen every day in hospitals and medical facilities throughout California and Sacramento.  Medical malpractice involves more than just a bad result — it involves the injury of a patient though the negligence or carelessness of medical providers.

#medicalmalpractice   #medicalmistakes   #negligentdoctor   #negligentnurse   #medicalnegligence   #personalinjury  

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There is much talk about California's Proposition 46, which sets out specific circumstances for California doctors to be tested for drug and alcohol use. Today voters will decide on the proposition which many consider a public health issue.

Specifically, Proposition 46 states; "Requires drug and alcohol testing of doctors and reporting of positive test to the California Medical Board. Requires Board to suspend doctor pending investigation of positive test and take disciplinary action if doctor was impaired while on duty. Requires doctors to report any other doctor suspected of drug or alcohol impairment or medical negligence."

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Neck and back problems can be hard to diagnose. Often, patients visit their doctors repeatedly for years and are never able to pinpoint the exact reason for neck and back pain. Chiropractic care has been used for centuries and generally thought to be safe. This isn’t to say it is without naysayers. There are many respectable detractors who claim this form of therapy is nothing more than voodoo. Others claim chiropractic maneuvers have been scientifically linked to blood clots, stroke and other neurovascular complications.

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The highly publicized medical malpractice case of St. Johns Health Center has finally come to a conclusion. The case involves the elder abuse and general neglect of Ida Waksberg, an 89 year old female patient during a stay in 2009.  A 12 man jury, sworn in on August 18, unanimously found no fault in the hospitals care. Many years of languishing in trial finally saw this case to West District Superior Court located in Santa Monica, where it proceeded to conclusion in a two week trial.

In the initial complaint, the patient’s son filed a case citing inadequate healthcare for his ailing mother when she was admitted in 2009 for hypertension and chest pains and seeking $1.5 million in damages....

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California is no stranger to strange stories, weird tales and unusual news and we have found one for the record books. Family and loved ones of Maria de Jesus Arroyo witnesses her body and shared their devastation when she passed in July of 2010. What they found out later, however, was that she may not have been dead at all.

Dr. John J. Posay III pronounced her dead at White Memorial Medical Center in Los Angeles. She was taken to the morgue and placed in a frozen capsule. When the staff and family went to retrieve the body several days later, it was found face down with several injuries.

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Insurance adjusters are merely employees of an insurance company. They are charged with the task of examining insurance claims for payment. They are considered the frontline in the war against the never-ending onslaught of accident claims. It is their job to pay out as little as acceptable. Many are capable, trustworthy citizens but there are some who will go the extra mile to save the company some money, even if it means bilking you out of your reasonable claim for reimbursement.

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According to a study by the Exxon Mobile Corporation, 83% of American drivers admit to drinking nonalcoholic beverages while driving. At first glance, this statistic doesn’t seem very frightening, however, recent statistics say that drinking or eating while driving may be more dangerous than texting. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has reported that 65% of “close call” car accidents and 80% of all car accidents are caused by distracted driving due to eating or drinking.
Coffee is the most often consumed beverage in vehicles and studies show it is the worst possible of all drinks to have in a car. Coffee is hot and it’s because of its temperature that most problems arise. Even with a lid, a bump in the road can send droplets of scorching hot liquid on your mouth, hands and lap which undoubtedly causes accidents. Fizzy soda also made the list for their tendency to over-fizz onto the driver’s hands and lap. Hot foods are also road dangers because of their “hands-on” eating requirements...

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When most people think about California, they focus on the sunny beaches, movie stars and wine country.  With the growth of tourism in California over the past few decades, the state has spent millions of dollars working on the state’s infrastructure of roads and highways to support the growing communities, business and tourist centers throughout the state.  However, along with this growth, the State of California still has a thriving, vital rural industry that includes raising and breeding animals, farming and ranching. The problem exists when these two worlds collide — literally — on our roadways.

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